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Jun 07 2016

USA / Canada Lions Leadership Forum

Lions Leadership Forum

Omaha, Nebraska
September 15-17, 2016

The largest and best Lions Club Leadership training event in world, the USA/Canada Lions Leadership Forum is for you! With over 50 specific training sessions related to developing quality Lions Clubs, thousands of Lions Leaders share their experiences.

Leadership? Service? It’s what Lions do!
“Leadership for Service”, the theme for the 2016 Forum, reflects our goal of equipping our Lions to meet the Centennial Service challenge in performing 100 million acts of service.

This year’s 40th anniversary of the Forum will be a new experience for every attendee. In helping Lions achieve our Centennial Service Challenge of 100 million acts of service, we will be providing two modes of training. Numerous seminars have been added, dedicated to training Lions in how to organize and produce service projects for their communities at both the Club and District level. Saturday afternoon is dedicated to three large service projects. Every attendee will have the opportunity to participate in KidSight screening, making 100,000 meals to feed the hungry and Recycling Eyeglasses and other forms of metal.

Saturday afternoon will have three large service projects that every attendee will be able to participate in. Corresponding seminars have been added, teaching the skills and organization needed to better prepare service projects at the Club and District level.

Opening night, Thursday brings master illusionist and motivational entertainer, Billy Riggs. On Friday, Lion Jay Blake brings his drag race car “Follow a Dream” to the Forum, along with his amazing story of overcoming a blinding accident to follow his racing dream.

Saturday we look forward to the inspiring words of our then International President, Chancellor Bob Corlew. We finish the evening with Retired General Dick Abel, who after a long career of military, private sector and public leadership will be talking about the leader within each of us.


Reasons you need to go:

  • Promoting the principles and objectives of Lions Clubs International
  • Training, educating and motivating district and club officers
  • Providing for exchange of information and discussion of service activities, including opportunities for cooperative service projects
  • Advancing the interests of the Lions Clubs International Foundation

All Lions in the constitutional area in which the forum is held are invited to participate. It is the best training you will receive!

Click here to visit the official website and register.

Click here to download the forum brochure.

Click here to download the forums March newsletter.

USA-Can Saturday Lunch